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Of course I don't think it is as good as "The Woody Woodpecker Show", which is a classic. But I love this show, I used to watch it every day I got home from primary school all the way up to year 7. Some of the episodes are a little on the corny side and some go a little too fast, but the animation is of fluid, colourful quality, there is a fun theme tune and some very interesting gags. I also like the characters and the voice acting. I have always liked Woody, and he is great fun, especially with his iconic laugh, which I still imitate, and Wally the Walrus was funny. I remember having a spot spot for that adorable little penguin Chilly Willy too.
Overall, I enjoy this show, it isn't as good as the 1957 classic show, but it is a considerable improvement over most cartoons airing now. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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